Faculty and Staff Resources

Faculty Scholarship

Sue O'Donnell

Sue O'Donnell, MFA, associate professor of art and art history, presented at the annual SECAC Conference last fall at the Columbus College of Art & Design. Entitled Microscopes & Megaphones, the conference brought together educators, scholars, administrators, and independent artists from around the country. Her paper "Finding Your Narrative (and Making it Stick)" was selected for the panel "Tell Me a Story: Tapping the Power of Narrative in Graphic Design." Her research referenced a NY Times bestselling book called "Made to Stick" written by Chip and Dan Heath.

Dina Clark

Dina Clark, Ph.D., assistant professor of accounting, has an article accepted for publication in the International Journal of Public Administration entitled “Russian Public Sector Employees’ Reasoning of Ethical Behavior: An Empirical Study.” IJPA is an international, research-driven, and peer-reviewed publication aimed at exploring the latest developments in public administration, public policy, and management — translating theory for practice and practice into theory.

Joseph L. Andreacci

Joseph L. Andreacci, professor of exercise science, and Timothy R. McConnell, emeriti professor of exercise science, along with former student Timothy Sheehan, MS ’16, are authors on the manuscript entitled, “Impact of Resistance Exercise on Cardiovascular Dynamics.” Which appears in the February issue of Journal of Exercise Physiology Online. The journal published by the American Society of Exercise Physiologists, is a professional peer reviewed journal devoted to original research in exercise physiology.